Yangjiang Little Harbor Resort
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... to chip in, but Sarah said it's the rule that the drunkest person has to pay. Oh man, Chinese etiquette again, seems to cause more trouble than it's worth. Sarah tried to track this drunk fellow down, but he said he didn't know where he was when he answered the phone. Finally, he called someone equally drunk and told him to pay. This second drunk man did, vowing to get the money back from drunk guy #1. Anyway, we just went home and slept it all off, waking late in the morning the next day.
... watching the state broadcaster on the jumbotron, in anticipation of a big military parade for national day, two days in advance. This was all that was on TV for days. It was the 70th anniversary of the Japanese leaving, so that's a good time as any for a party, I'd say.
The dim sum was great and I loaded up on water and tea, after thoroughly dehydrating myself this week with this terrible illness.
Sarah drove us back home and I fell asleep quickly once again.
... After the last beach experience I didn't expect to swim, but it was so good I ended up in anyway, and very happy that I did.
On day 2 we went to a different area which was good for beach activities, but the beach itself wasn't nearly as nice. We did go out on a boat for a wee ride which was fun, but most people agreed we would rather have stayed at the first place and spent the time there.
We even had a tour guide accompany us for the whole trip - she gave a ...
... stopped to drop our huge packs off so were left with just a daypack for our hike.
We arrived at the base of our village and trekked for 30 minutes up to our guesthouse which was perched right in the middle of the rice terraces. What a view! After 30 minutes of uphill walking in the blazing sun, I had decided that trekking is not really my cup of tea (all the other girls agreed and Lesley was even ...
This week we went to Lost City Water Park and on the weekend we went camping on Hailing Island. We rented two tents and slept on the beach after staying up late and cooking on the open fire.
Only nine days before we leave Mainland China for Hong Kong so we are in the 'get rid of everything' mode once ...